• Double CrunchDeal: 24" Widescreen LCDs, $299 Each

    If you’ve been waiting to pull the trigger on a gigantic 24″ monitor, now might be the time to buy. Micro Center and Office Max each have ’em, one that’s $299 after $100 rebate and one that’s $299 out the door. Read More

  • CrunchDeal: Acer 22-inch LCD For $199 (Today Only)

    Today only, has a 22-inch Widescreen Acer monitor for $199 after $30 instant rebate. It’s got a 1680×1050 resolution, 700:1 contrast ratio, 300 cd/m2 brightness, a 5ms response time, a 3-year warranty, and DVI/VGA connections. Not too shabby for under $200. Today only. Acer AL2216Wsd 22" Widescreen LCD Monitor [] Read More

  • DisplayLink + LG, Sending Video Signals Over USB Like It's Going Out of Style

    Sending video monitor signals over USB? No, you’re not dreaming an unattainable dream, but looking at pics of the first monitor here in the U.S. that works over a USB cable. Powered by DisplayLink’s DL-160 chip, the Vista-certified LG L206WU works by connecting to any PC’s USB port. System side software sends the video to the display where the DisplayLink chip does all… Read More

  • Green Apple = Better Monitors for You

    It’d be nice to think that Steve Jobs is a tree-humping hippie. Ok, maybe he is. He’s from California, after all, and in a note he left on Apple’s Hot News site about making Apple more earth-friendly, he mentions that company will be transitioning all of its monitors from backlit LCDs to more eco-friendly LED monitors, among other green actions. This kicks much ass. Not only… Read More

  • M-Audio Studiophile AV40 Monitors Hands On

    Recording and engineering music is a difficult process. For years I’ve dabbled in producing my own songs and music. Nothing too serious, but enough to warrant the purchase of some equipment and software. However, one key component of my recording setup that I have been missing for years is a decent pair of studio monitors. When I was at CES 2007, I was shown a pair of AV40… Read More

  • Tenbuno Mini Me Monitors

    Woojin’s Tenbuno hybrid monitor has been buzzing around and for good reason. The 19-inch LCD has a mini-me 8.4-inch monitor that sits atop the main screen. There aren’t very many specs out, but it does have a black and white gloss finish with a 2-channel stereo. Launches in May, but no word on price. Product Page [via AVING] Read More

  • LCD + BB Gun = Art As much as we love the gear we cover, we still like to see it get abused sometimes. Who hasn’t taken their busted-ass phone and thrown it from a parking garage to see the plastic splash pattern it leaves behind? Yah, we know you have. It has something to do with the pre-teen urge to blow up your G.I. Joes with firecrackers, we think. We… Read More

  • CES 2007: Dear Diary…Samsung's Mobiles, Kodak's Colors And A Wireless Router That Launches Missiles

    Hooray for Tuesday! It’s now the morning of January 9 and I’m headed to a 9 a.m. meeting with Samsung Mobile, but my cab takes the Strip to get to the LVCC making me late. (In case you missed the previous entries, here are Jan. 7 and Jan. 8, parts one and two.) Despite the continued accolades heaped upon Samsung’s phones by others, I’ve always been
    a bit sour on them. Read More

  • M-Audio's New AV20, AV30, and AV40 Speakers

    M-Audio invited us to check out their new line of speakers in a sweet hotel suite so the acoustics were proper. I listened to multiple songs from both my iPod and M-Audio’s and the quality of these are great. The low end AV20s cost $99, the AV30s are $129, and the AV40s are $149. The AV30 and AV40 both come with input and output 3.5mm jacks on the front. They’ll be available in about… Read More

  • Stanton Gets Active With ATM.6

    The Stanton ATM.6 Active Monitor is developed specifically for DJs with home studios, so if you’ve got a high-end professional setup, look elsewhere for monitors. For everyone else, the ATM.6 monitors are great home studio additions. The big difference between the ATM.6 monitors and most other monitors is that they’re active, which means the little amplifiers inside the monitors… Read More

  • HP Unleashes 30-Inch LCD

    Welcome to the 30-inch LCD age, where HP has just joined the fray against Dell and Apple. HP’s new display has a 1000:1 contrast ratio, 2560 x 1600 pixels and 178 x 178 degree viewing angles. The LP3065 also has three dual-link DVI-D inputs and two dual-link DVI cables. It’s available direct from HP for $1,699 and is expected to ship on-or-around Nov. 11. If you’re in the… Read More

  • BenQ Officially Releases FP241W 24-Inch LCD Monitor

    Not that I have anywhere near the $1,099 to pick one of these up today, but just knowing that this 24-inch BenQ widescreen monitor exists makes me kinda gleeful for the day when it drops to $500. With the FP241W, the company promises the screen will take “game playing to new heights” thanks to its High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) that will allow for data-transfer rates… Read More

  • Dell Launches Affordable E207WFP Wide Monitor

    The E207WFP is a 20-inch wide flat panel with a 5ms response time – great for gaming or movie watching, but better for the thrifty, thanks to its $289 price tag. Since it’s so cheap, you can convince your boss to buy two and link them together to form a 40-inch widescreen system to watch pirated movies on one while doing work on the other. We did this years ago and our… Read More

  • Sony's Not Selling Any More Monitors

    Let the “Sony’s going down” rumblings begin anew. It announced to heise online that they are not going to be marketing monitors any more. In a move that came as a surprise even to Sony’s European office, they have announced that the only monitors they will continue to produce are their “professional” monitors, such as displays for broadcasting… Read More

  • Radius 320 Seamless Display

    Wall Street Types take note: this is perfect for bringing up your trade sheets, the Drudge Report, and maybe a game of FreeCell or twelve. Best of all, this 50-inch panel from SeamlessDisplay consists of three 20.1″ panels stuck together seamlessly, allowing for some cool left to right window dragging action. What’s the catch? You need a card – or cards – that… Read More

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